Golf Club Grado

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Golf Club Grado

Monfalcone, 27, I-34073 Grado, Italy

Phone: +39 0431 896896, Fax: +39 0431 896897


The Golf Club Grado is with its 18 hole championship course the most modern and largest course at the Northern Adriatic Sea. The breathtaking location directly at the lagoon and the pathway of the course between lakes and ponds elect this course as one of the most beautiful in Italy.

The Course

18-Hole Championship Course

Opened in 1996. Design: Marco Croze.

Terrain: Flat with water hazards

Technical difficulty: Moderate - Hard


White (Men)7271.91285943 m
Yellow (Men)7270.91285746 m
Black (Women)7273.21235158 m
Red (Women)7271.91224968 m

Practice Facilities

  • Driving Range (12 tees, 7 covered)
  • Putting Green
  • Pitching Green
  • Chipping Green
  • Practice bunker


18-Hole Championship Course

Visitors are welcome every day.
Advance booking is essential.
A valid handicap certificate from player’s home club is required.
Handicap limit: 54


Softspikes required.

Dogs on leash permitted. Mobile phone permitted on course.

GPS devices approved.

Green Fees

18-Hole Championship Course

Green FeeMon - FriSat, Sun, Holidays
18 Holes80 €80 €
9 Holes50 €50 €

Juniors up to the age of 18 receive a discount.

Driving Range

Monday - Sunday
Bucket (25 balls)2 €


Club Amenities

  • Clubhouse
  • Conference room
  • Locker rooms
  • Outdoor pool
  • Children’s playground
  • Club accepts credit cards
  • Bar
  • Snack Bar


Al Casone
Phone: +39 (0)431 896 890
Credit cards accepted.

Pro Shop

Phone: +39 (0)431 896 896, Fax: +39 (0)431 896 897
Credit cards accepted.


  • Clubs for hire
  • Trolley for hire
  • Electro-cart for hire
  • Caddy on request

The Club

General Information

Founded: 1996
Membership: Available


PresidentIvan Marzola
Club ManagerMarko Prekic
Pro-Shop ManagerMarko Prekic
ProAndrea Ferlito

User Reviews

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GolfingSteve 1 Review

Great setting and a course that will certainly improve.

Located on the shores of the Adriatic, which is a joy, there is a wild feel about this course and a timeless quality that makes for a links-style atmosphere to the place. And do not believe it is any pushover because it most certainly is not, right from the opening hole: a 171 metre par three over a very large lake to an island green reminiscent of the Players Stadium Course at Sawgrass, Florida.
With fairways snaking through numerous water hazards and thick rough all sort of options lie before us, and sometimes a medium iron or rescue club off the tee will pay far bigger dividends than driver. Stand out holes include the 12th, a 517 metre par five into another island green and the superb 17th, a shorter par five of 470 metres with water all the way down the left and a good deal of sand and jungle on the right.
And having plotted your way round- this is no course for beginners- make sure you enjoy some of the magnificent food available in the clubhouse restaurant. The greens still need work doing on them as do some of the fairways, but overall this is definitely a four-star experience. In time it could get even better.

Markus von Steiermark 1 Review
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Need for improvement

True about the duck manure, the course needs improvement in every aspect from tee to green.
Flowers and herbs on the tee, fairways very soft after little rain the previous day, otherwise acceptable but sparsely overgrown, lots of intermittent water in the second cut.
Too many small bald spots on the bumpy greens, making it restless.
The price is probably also determined by the costs, at 80 euros, this place certainly has friends.

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Response from Marko Prekic, Club Manager at Golf Club Grado
August 7, 2023

Dear Markus, Thank you for your review. The golf course neighbours to a natural reserve so there are periods where there are more ducks and geese and where there are less. We know it is a nuisance… More

Dear Markus,

Thank you for your review.
The golf course neighbours to a natural reserve so there are periods where there are more ducks and geese and where there are less. We know it is a nuisance but we cannot do anything about it. We just have to remember that we are guests in their house.
It is not true that there was a little rain the day before as you could see the water was overflowing the lakes and canals. Actually it rained every single day in August for a total of 91 milimeters (only on Friday (4.8.), almost 40 ml).
The bumpy greens are a result of high temperatures during the night and high humidity and in Italy it is forbidden to use pesticides on golf courses so summer is not the best condition for greens. Actually July and beginning of August are maybe toughest months with November for golf maintenance.
I am not trying to make any excuses as there really are none, just trying to explain.
Oh, and yes... we have a lot of friends which like the location, the people, the course, the food... that's it.
Thank you once again.
Best regards
Marko Prekic

Altgolfer 143 Reviews
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A real idyll

The course in Grado, which we have known and played for years, divides the minds because of the legacies of the various geese, swans and ducks. We are of the animal-loving kind that doesn't see this as really disturbing, because the many young animals are incredibly cute at this time of year. And the wheels of the trolley and the soles of the shoes can be cleaned afterwards. In addition, the goose droppings allow "better laying"...
In terms of golf, the course is very versatile: This time, after the excessive rainfall, all the water hazards were packed, some new ones were added and the ball was lost accordingly. There was also a fair amount of wind on a few days, in short, the course showed its teeth. By the way, the signature hole (PAR3 with island green) has been set to di 1 again, which the Garmin devices don't know yet...
We agree with the outpost: Good care, very friendly secretariat, accommodating green fee policy (ladies day, seniors day, fairway to hotel, discounts for various Gradeser hotels). And the Al Casone is top-notch anyway, the only downside is that the service slacks off on days with more than 10 guests.

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